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In Uttar Pradesh, the Samajwadi Party suffered a setback on Wednesday when Aparna Yadav, the younger daughter-in-law of party founder Mulayam Singh Yadav, joined the BJP in a big revolt. Aparna Yadav joined BJP and called it a nationalist party. In recent times, Samajwadi Party supremo Akhilesh Yadav has repeatedly said that BJP does politics of hatred, Yogi and Modi do politics of dividing the country. But Akhilesh’s answer to these allegations was given by his sister-in-law Aparna Yadav and she praised Yogi and Modi.

After joining BJP, Aparna said that the country is bigger than power, government, politics, party and family. She said- ‘I am a nationalist and have now joined a nationalist party.’ Aparna Yadav is not a big leader in UP politics, she has no vote bank. But Aparna joining BJP has sent a big message to the voters. If BJP leaders wanted, they could have got Aparna Yadav joining in Lucknow itself, but it was not done. Aparna Yadav was given party membership in Delhi.

After joining BJP, Aparna Yadav called on party president J.P. Nadda, UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, UP BJP President Swatantra Dev Singh, Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya and other senior leaders. After meeting BJP leaders, Aparna Yadav said that the separation of the party does not break the relationship. He said that the family has its place, the party has its place. Even after being in BJP, she will perform the duty of daughter-in-law. He said- ‘I have come out to worship the nation,
I want to move ahead with nationalist thinking.

On the other hand, Akhilesh Yadav said, “It is good that the people to whom Samajwadi Party is not able to give tickets, BJP is giving them tickets. I am happy that the socialist ideology is spreading. At the same time, Swami Prasad Maurya, who recently left the BJP and joined the Samajwadi Party, reacted differently. He said- ‘Aparna Yadav has no status as a political leader, she is just the daughter-in-law of a big family.’

In the evening, the reaction of Swami Prasad Maurya’s daughter Sanghamitra Maurya also came. Sanghamitra Maurya is a BJP MP from Badaun. He said- ‘Those who were pointing fingers at me after my father joined the Samajwadi Party, should now think afresh.’

Sanghamitra Maurya wrote a political post on social media – ‘The word ‘sanskar’ is good, but in whom is the ‘sanskar’? A week ago a daughter’s father changes the party and the daughter was being attacked….Today a daughter-in-law with her cousin (Yogi Adityanath) comes from one party to another, so welcome. Should it also be linked to the class that the daughter belongs to the backward class and the daughter-in-law is from the forward class? Sanghamitra further wrote – Do sister and daughter also have caste and religion? If the leader comes to the BJP, then the nationalist and he will vote for the BJP or not, it is not even thought of to raise the question, but the anti-nationalist living in the party, why are questions being raised on his vote?

Let me tell you very clearly what Sanghamitra Maurya wants to say. Actually Mulayam Singh’s younger daughter-in-law Aparna Yadav was Aparna Bisht before marriage. Before retiring Yogi Adityanath’s name was Ajay Singh Bisht. Both have the same caste. That’s why Sanghamitra Maurya is telling Aparna as Yogi’s cousin but BJP leaders claim that Yogi has no relation with Aparna. The bigger thing than Aparna Yadav joining BJP is what Aparna said about BJP. He called BJP a nationalist party. Akhilesh Yadav and Samajwadi Party will find it difficult to answer on this. Because they always call BJP a party that spreads hatred. Akhilesh Yadav and other leaders of the Samajwadi Party will now say that because of not getting the ticket from the Samajwadi Party, Aparna started thinking of BJP as a nationalist party. But the reality is that after the formation of the Yogi government in 2017, Aparna had met Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath several times. When Aparna opened the gaushala, CM Yogi Adityanath was also called there.

Akhilesh Yadav was calling the people of BJP and VHP who raised funds for the construction of Ram temple, but Aparna Yadav donated 11 lakh rupees for the Ram temple. That is why now BJP leaders will say that they are giving place to nationalist and patriot people in the party while Samajwadi Party is giving tickets to rioters and criminals. On Wednesday, Yogi said that the Samajwadi Party has cleared its mentality by giving ticket to Nahid Hasan, who was responsible for the exodus of Hindus in Kairana. He said that the Samajwadi Party is giving tickets to criminals, mafia and firefighters.

In a major effort to garner the support of backward classes, the BJP on Wednesday announced an alliance with Apna Dal and Nishad Party. Both these parties have good support among Patel and Nishad communities. Union Minister Anupriya Patel and Nishad Party President Sanjay Nishad have called on BJP President J.P. Had a joint press conference with Nadda. Both the leaders praised the work of Yogi Adityanath government and said that they will join hands with BJP to contest all 403 assembly seats in UP.

According to reports, BJP will give maximum 15 seats to Apna Dal and 10 seats to Nishad Party. Anupriya Patel is with BJP since 2014. Apna Dal has good penetration among Kurmi voters. There are about 48 assembly seats and 8 to 10 Lok Sabha seats in UP on which the Kurmi community plays a decisive role. On the other hand, the Nishad Party is considered to have a good influence on the Mallah voters. In about 35 seats in UP, the votes of Nishads affect the victory or defeat. There was a time in the politics of Uttar Pradesh when most of the backward class voters except Yadavs and Dalits used to vote collectively for the BSP. But during the last assembly elections, BJP took leaders like Om Prakash Rajbhar and Swami Prasad Maurya with them. As a result, the BJP got a thumping victory in the assembly elections. Now both these leaders have separated from BJP and gone to Akhilesh’s camp. Yogi did not allow these two leaders to be arbitrary or play political cards during his reign.

On Wednesday, both Sanjay Nishad and Anupriya Patel came forward and both praised Narendra Modi and the Yogi government. Both the leaders said that in the last five years, the Yogi government took care of the backward classes the most. Anupriya said that 27 leaders of backward classes are ministers in the Modi government. It was Narendra Modi who formed the Fisheries Ministry (Ministry of Fisheries) for the betterment of the Nishad community. Narendra Modi’s government also did the work of giving constitutional status to the Backward Classes Commission. Overall BJP is trying its best to woo the backward classes in the UP assembly elections. (Rajat Sharma)

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